Married to a Disabled Man in the 70s - Chapter 90
But although she wasn’t an expert on human nature, she also knew that some people treated their biological children cruelly.
So she quickly forgot about that.
However, this person was too obvious. Ji Xuexi was only in his early twenties, so his emotions leaked and made people pay attention.
While she was thinking about that, Song Qinghan had already stepped down from the high platform, still holding the certificate and reward in his hand. He smiled and stuffed the certificate over to her. “Here you are.”
“Thank you.” Su Jiajiao immediately smiled, holding the certificate in her hand and a hot water bottle with the words ‘Government Award Ceremony’, “I’ll give this water bottle to my mum so she can brag about it to her friends!”
Song Qinghan nodded and changed the topic to Ji Xuexue, “Why were you so enthusiastic towards him?”
It’s not like her.
Although Su Jiaojiao looked obedient, she was incredibly cool and indifferent. Except for a few people from the Su family, nobody could associate with her. Even towards Ji Xuan, she only had a business relationship. 
If he was correct, Zhao Sisi wrote to her three times after leaving the brigade, and she also replied three times. However, the contents of the letters she wrote were perfunctory and the complete opposite of Zhao Sisi’s enthusiasm.
Although she was still polite, their relationship has faded within half a year.
How would a person too lazy to maintain interpersonal relationships take the time to answer a stranger’s questions?
The two walked out together. The captain’s tractor was still waiting, and as the others who came with them wanted to go around the county, so it was just the two of them.
The two of them went up to the tractor and sat. There wasn’t any sun, and they weren’t afraid to tan. Su Jiaojiao said softly, “Have you ever suspected your parents weren’t your biological parents?”
Song Qinghan was silent for a while and nodded: “I naturally did, but she was indeed pregnant, and she had given birth to a boy. There weren’t any people who lost a child within that period of time either.”
Su Jiaojiao frowned. She was still a little unwilling, but also helpless. After all, paternity test technology had not appeared yet.
(Break in story)
After finishing his task with great difficulty, Ji Xuexi was in a daze once again.
His colleague pushed him, “Work’s over. Let’s go back?”
“Ok, give me a second.” Ji Xuexue nodded. His gentle brows were a little dazed, but he had already taken out the washed photo with his hands.
The handsome young man in the photo has a smile on his face. He is obviously an ordinary farmer, but his temperament is exceptional. He was neither humble nor vain.
Ji Xuexue took the mirror of the female colleague next to his table and used it to take a closer look. He wasn’t hallucinating. Both of them had the same type of eyebrows, but those eyebrows looked gentle on the man in the photo. While it make Song Qinghan look sharp.
And the same eyebrows made his aunt look like a romantic.
He compared their other facial features. His nose is strong, his lips are thin, and his eyebrows are so thick. He really looks like his uncle.
At first, when he felt Song Qinghan looked like his uncle, he almost thought he was his uncle’s illegitimate child. But when he knew his age, he changed his mind.
When he remembered his aunt’s plain and thin, but extraordinarily arrogant cousin, the incredible suspicion in his heart grew even stronger.
Ji Xuexi held the photo in his hand, took a deep breath, and decided to give it a try.
He got up and went out, riding his bicycle, heading towards his aunt’s house with some excitement.
Before entering the compound, Ji Xuexue greeted the securitycguard and asked them to say hello to his aunt and uncle when a somewhat disgusting voice rang out, “Hey, why are you here again? Didn’t you say that you didn’t want our home?”
Ji Xuehui turned his head, and saw a slightly short, thin, pale and plain-looking youth standing there, with a curve of disdain at the corners of his mouth. His chin was slightly tilted, and he looked at Ji Xuexi with arrogance.
This is his aunt’s son Song Yu’an.
Ji Xuexi frowned and didn’t say a word. He just pedaled away.
Song Yuan’s expression turned bad when he saw Ji Xuexi ignoring him, but then he let out a cold snort and walked away unhurriedly.
He was just a useless deadbeat. 
Armos D. Platypus: This chappie was confusing, wasn’t it? I’m sorry, I tried, the raws just weren’t very cooperative.
 Wait…when did she ever display indifference in the scenes we saw her in? Is this the writer trying to ret-con stuff?
 Also, why is this plotline shoe-horned into this story? It’s just lazy and unoriginal.